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One sunny afternoon I received a call from a senior colleaque who happens to be a friend like a brother, Ojomu Taiwo, he was like; “Lanre, do you know that Femi Fani-Kayode had a meeting with...
The National Conference completed its fourth week [first month] of sitting by bringing to a conclusion the opening statements and responses of individual delegates to inaugural address of the...
Dear Politicians,
On Monday, April  7, 2014, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court in Abuja delivered a well-received and sound judgment in which five million naira exemplary damages were awarded against...
I am compelled to write again on the exploitation of the Nigerian job-seeker (see “How Jobless and Job-seeking Nigerians Are Exploited” published in Sunday Trust of September 13, 2009 and...
Myriads of social, economic and political problems have continued to take their toll on the African continent over the last century. And people are beginning to ask: what brought them about? What, in...
Over the years, successive governments in Nigeria have always bamboozled us with great terminologies such as GDP, per capita and other macroeconomic indices which they have always used as a 'good...
Everywhere we look in Nigeria today and see death; it is not an accident. It is the price the people pay for the corruption of the government. Everything in life has its consequences. The consequence...
“Rebasing the GDP provides more accurate data on the economy to enable policy-makers to make informed decisions and policy choices to tackle social problems like poverty and unemployment....
Elections are lost and won far away from voting and collation centers. Elections are lost and won on the Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) of the major actors and their respective...
Understandably, glasses are clicking in Abuja in celebration of the latest rating of Nigeria as the largest economy in Africa. Whilst the euphoria and jubilation concerning this self-inflicted ego...
I read Reno Omokri’s response to Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola advice to Nigerians that they should elect leaders who will do the job and not a leader who will spend must of the time in...